DVSN Scores ‘The Choir’ Short Film Inspired by Sept. 5th.

DATE: 4.1.17
OVO Sound artists DVSN were clearly on a roll to end 2016 the only way an R&B duo should by blessing their fans with visual upon visual.
It was only last week that I mentioned the duo’s sensual visual of With Me / Do It Well in a separate post but without warning they’re back at it again, this time in a slightly different way, so it’s only right I give you the info.
Following in the footsteps of their boss Drake’s Please Forgive Me, DVSN has added a short film to their catalogue of work to accompany their debut album Sept. 5th titled The Choir. Filled with romance and drama the nine-minute feature directed by Randall Okita follows a group of women from the church choir who successfully plot and scheme a handful of sins, one being a robbery.
Following suit from the other videos they’ve released in the past week neither members  are seen in the video, letting the music and the art speak for itself. Obviously, inspired by Sept. 5th the soundtrack features music from the debut including Angela, Try / Effortless and The Line.
As of right now these lads can do no wrong, I’ve missed R&B music like this.
Pull up a chair and watch The Choir below. Also revisit the album here.